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wFriday, December 17, 2004


JONATHAN RICHMAN - DEMOS 1973
Merry Christmas

I'm done with exams and won't get notice that I've failed out of law school until February or so. I'm also currently nursing a hangover.

In celebration, here's an mp3 of Jonathan Richman covering "Do You Believe in Magic?" acapella from '73. It's from the tapes that are currently being distributed via BitTorrent at the link above (registration required).

Also, here's a demo version of Queen/Bowie's "Under Pressure" that sort of sounds like Brian May had been hanging around at the Guitar Center for too long and couldn't decide whether to thrash or noodle.

both the above via largehearted boy.

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